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Allstate Condo Insurance Coverage

What Does Condo Insurance Cover?

Condominium insurance policies aren't one-size-fits-all. A typical policy comes with some standard protections, including condo liability insurance. You can customize your policy by increasing your coverage limits or purchasing optional protection, like loss assessment coverage.

Your condo or townhome owner's policy is separate from your association's insurance. The association's policy, combined with yours, helps ensure that you have the coverage you need.

Here's a look at some of the coverages provided by a standard Allstate condo insurance policy.

Liability coverage
If someone sues you after being injured on your property or you're responsible for repairs after you accidentally damage another person's property, condo liability insurance may help pay for your expenses.
Personal property coverage
This helps pay to repair or replace the possessions inside your condo or townhome, like furniture, electronics and clothes, if they're damaged by a covered risk. When you purchase your policy, you may be able to choose between two types of personal property coverage:
  • Actual cash value, which helps reimburse you for your belongings' depreciated value based on factors such as their age or condition.
  • Reimbursement provision, which pays you for the depreciated value of your belongings, and then, after you've replaced an item, sends a second reimbursement check for the remaining amount needed to purchase the new item.
Guest medical coverage
If a visitor is injured while on your property, this coverage helps pay for X-rays, ambulance rides and other reasonable and necessary medical expenses.
Additional living expenses
This coverage helps reimburse you for increased living costs if you temporarily can't live in your condo or townhouse after a covered claim. It typically helps you pay for food, a temporary place to live and more.
Building property protection
If belongings that aren't typically considered personal property, like cabinetry and appliances, are damaged in a covered claim, this coverage helps pay to repair or replace them. In some cases, though, these items are covered by your condo association's master policy.

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Optional Condo Insurance Coverages

You may also choose to add optional coverages to your condo insurance policy for even greater protection. Optional coverages are not available in all states. Contact a local agent to learn what coverages are available to you.

Optional coverages may include:

Additional Insurance Policies To Consider

You may want to consider purchasing other types of insurance policies to help protect you and your condo. Options include:
  • Personal umbrella policy
    Umbrella insurance provides liability coverage above the limits of your condo insurance policy. If you are sued over an accident, for instance, and the settlement is more than the liability limit on your condo insurance policy, umbrella insurance can help cover the cost.
  • Flood insurance
    A standard condo insurance policy does not cover damage caused by flood. An Allstate agent can help you purchase a flood insurance policy through the National Flood Insurance Program.
Contact an Allstate agent for help exploring your insurance options so you can choose the policies and coverages that make sense for you.

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